Chelation Therapy in Utah
Improving Heart & Circulatory Issues For Good
“It’s About Getting Your Life Back”
Rose Hips Solid Extract For Capillary Integrity
In addition to Hawthorne Berry Solid Extract listed on our homepage, Rose Hips extract is recommended to improve the integrity of the connective tissue surrounding all blood vessels, and reduces inflammation while supporting the immune system and counter-acting abnormal stress responses.
Since the blood vessels and heart are rich in connective tissue, Rose Hips must be a part of cardiovascular health and recovery.
Used as a daily tonic, it reduces capillary fragility and permeability.
Rose hips can also be used for long-term treatment of varicose veins, degenerative vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis and hypertension, as well as diabetes and allergies.
Phosphatidyl Choline To Repair Blood Vessels
Most cells of the body are made of two main ingredients; cholesterol and phospholipids, and this includes the cells that line our blood vessels.
When plaque is reduced through chelation therapy, the underlying area of our blood vessels are weak and likely in need of repair or nourishment.
BodyBio PC contains three ingredients used for repair and rejuvenation of all our cells, including those lining our blood vessels.
It has three components; phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidyl ethanolamine and phosphatidyl serine.
Similar ingredients are also found in our intravenous Plaquex.
Vitamin K7 Treatment & Prevention of Plaque
There are many ingredients within plaque, the primary one being calcium.
We need to be sure that the calcium in our foods and supplements are getting to the right tissues (bones) and not lingering in the blood stream to form plaque.
Besides Vitamin D, Vitamin K7 is essential for getting minerals into our bones.
A new study has shown that supplemental vitamin K7 can reduce the progression of arterial thickening and stiffening in a population of kidney disease patients, a group that notoriously has cardiovascular complications arising from excessive calcium deposition.
Vitamin D & Atherosclerosis
One cause of blood vessel plaque is abnormally functioning white blood cells called macrophages.
Their primary role is to engulf and digest debris, foreign substances, microbes and cancer cells in a process called phagocytosis.
When a person has a deficiency of vitamin D, these macrophages absorb or ingest abnormal amounts of cholesterol and become ‘foam cells’ which are associated with early stage atherosclerotic lesions.
These fat-laden macrophages are dispatched by the immune system in response to inflammation.
Therefore, increasing circulating vitamin D is essential for the prevention and reduction of atherosclerotic plaque.
We recommend a moderate amount of exposure to sunlight and Biotics Research, Bio-D Mulsion forte liquid.
How much vitamin D is needed will be determined by a blood test.
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3350 Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84106